The Null Device

Surprise, surprise: "Clean" versions of records with indelicate language don't sell all that well. The "clean" versions are a US phenomenon, versions of the records with naughty words edited out (often crudely), and only exist because of the clout that conservative corporations like Wal-Mart have. Our old friend Hilary Rosen of the RIAA has a suggestion: artists should make the censored versions "more compelling artistically". (via Unknown News)

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